The platform Eventbrite has once again exhibited its allegiance to the LGBT agenda by removing a listing that advertised a screening of conservative commentator Matt Walsh’s “What Is a Woman?” documentary, a work that exposes the absurdity of radical leftist gender ideology.
Conservative Partnership Institute policy director Rachel Bovard tweeted about Eventbrite’s move, and posted a screenshot of the company’s email.
“We’re reaching out regarding your event listing, ‘CPI ‘What Is A Woman?’ Movie Screening,'” Eventbrite noted in the email. “We do not permit events, content, or creators that promote or encourage hate, violence, or harassment towards others and/or oneself. In this instance, we have determined that your event expresses views that are in violation of our Community Guidelines and Terms of Service and is therefore not permitted on the Eventbrite platform. As a result, your event listing has been removed.”
“While you may continue to use Eventbrite for other events, if we become aware of any future event that violates our policies, we will remove it. Please note that severe or repeated violations of our policies could result in your account being terminated,” the company warned.
Last month, the company delivered the same message when it yanked down a “What Is a Woman?” watch party event listing by the Western Kentucky University chapter of Turning Point USA.
But while Eventbrite claims that event listings for Walsh’s documentary run afoul of its rules, it continues to allow posts about drag-related events which are open to children.
For example, right now on Eventbrite there is a listing for an “All Ages Drag Makeup” event that will be held next month in Australia. “This event is for all ages. LGBTIQA+ young people are strongly encouraged to come along,” the description notes. Another listing currently posted on Eventbrite advertises an “All Ages Drag Bingo” event slated to take place later this month in Oregon.
Here is a trailer for Walsh’s documentary:
OFFICIAL TRAILER: “WHAT IS A WOMAN?”